Capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1919-1980, March 05, 1920, Page PAGE SEVEN, Image 7

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    AYMARCH 5. 1920,
jg Around TownJ
CCBBE-VT EVENTS
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I 44 .-State hih school
I eJball tournament, araio-
' ffWh S-Sort Salem Im
' Jrncnt association meet
Ashland school. 7:J0- .
i " , 5-Board of directors,
' Jl' Homebuildeni associ-
j'STw Commercial club.
j "Tr Business Men a
It V' - rommercial club.
' "Tir Associate members
rMinercial club. 8 p. m.
' March 10-Regular open
fcrum meeting. Commercial
Job. I P.
March ll-Lecture la Cwb-
... ih- misnicea Marion
tK? IZw's bureau. I
I eounij v""
I Mar 12 Lecture at libra-
.Tne . Revival of Spirit-'.n.-.p
" Conklin.
Mar- 12 Meeting of Three
I Lint Needle club, home of
r-nmrnn. orth
Mrs. -nu.
list Itrev-
J jjar. 15. Council meeting,
3. Tatrirfc npne-i
1, jtar. 17 ! raiiKu t
I tit dance under the auspices
I 01 IW SiUClH
1 1 nivw
J Haaii ;C Women's republi-
car. club meeting. J
Couri House News.
Circuit Coiirt
G: T. Neal vs F. L. Fletcher and
lie city of Woodburn. Order for pub
lication of summons.
W. F. Parks vs Olaf Oleson. Com
jUint. G. T. Neal vs F. L. Fletcher and
he city of Woodburn. Affidavit for
ptblicatlon of sunions.
W. H. Grtibenhorst etc., vs Merlin
HanW Motion to strike out parts of
complaint.
Probate Court
Richard Watson Hurlburt, estate.
Inventory and appraisement.
K. M. Davidson estate. Affidavit
if publication of administrator's no-
Viavl "The Way to Health." tec
um every Monday afternoon by Mrs.
Foor, 331 Hotel Marion. 57
Remember the dance at Turner
fcturday night February 6th. 56
Love, watchmaker, jeweler, Salem.
Dance Saturday night armory. 66
Dance at the armory Saturday
light. Ladies free admission. 56
The Women's Missionary society
at the First Congregational church
till meet at the home of Mrs. C. F.
Elgin, 74 S. Capitol street, on Fri
day, March fifth. 65
Saturday Specials
t Lard $1.24
No. It, Lard 12.48
Best bacon - 35c
Edwards Market . . .. 66
TwA hnnses fnr ctila TTnitaaii mim
ter 266 and 292 South High street,
will be sold Saturday of this week.
Look them over and leave your bid
With Vick Rrnlhera r,M Knlom Rank
t Commerce. Both houses must be
removed at once to make room for
f new building. 66
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rowan and
lo children of North 24th street, who
tore beh confined to their home with
Mlueroa, are reported to be improv-
w rwuauy. Mr. Kowan is employed
'm me street cleaning department,
Special matinee n o'clock Satur
day, Marv Plfkfnrrt
Tt Oregon theater. Children under
, only io cents. 57
"llllam Schaeffer nrnnrlotnr nf
the Maples on Court gtreet mttde a
"Mess visit to Portland Thursday.
Saturday SnoHnla
Lard ti 91
B. H, Lard $2.48
B bacon 35c
Awards Maiket 66
"The Revival of Spiritism" will be
" woject of the lecture of Dr. B. C.
"Ilo, of the l'nl...u nrnn
IW public library Friday evening.
" " "nd not 'The Psychology of
"Crowd" as was anounced previ
j" Conklin is one of the many
"peaxers whose services
it "w seen secured for a series of lec
hte library this winter.
i Saturday Specials
'Vrd 1-24
if. Ijtirl n ao
Won 35c
ards Market 56
j ""nunity sing conducted by
Todd, and an address by J.
. .. wui oe xeaiures oi m
""Wit nf h X- .u n. w
"7.-ociatlon in the Highland
this evening.
"
rai
. Wi to thank the many friends
beautiful floral offerings and
Of V,n.lK j.. .
" ouring tne recent
(ir? and death of my husband.
- ""in nagenauer. 56
W allace reed
IN
'D'HT.LE SPEED
COMEDT PATHE
Roy Burton, appraiser, in the estate
of Richard Watson Hurlburt hav re
turned a report involving the Inven
tory of personal assets valued at
J9S2.10.
John F. Shafer. an employe of the
Valley Motor company, is at work
again after a three weeks illnes.
The Modern Woodmen of' America
held their regular meeting in their
hall in the McCornack block Thurs
day eveninsf. and riff: t .l . .
- . ivi lliC f n-
sulng- six months term were installed.
The treneral meeting of the Salem
Art league will be held Tuesday night
at 8 o'clock in the public library. A.
C. Barber will give a lecture on color
photography, illustratinir hi. .ik
with slides of pictures taken in and
around Salem. Everyt.ie interested
In photography is invited to attend,
whether or not they are members of
the league. A business meeting will
take place at 7:30 immediately pro
ceeding the lecture.
Announcement was made Friday
by Miss Flora Case, librarian, that the
public library has been closed because
workmen decorating the interior. No
definite time could be. given for the
reopening, but it is probable that the
building will be closed until Tuesday,
Miss Case Baid.
Old Independence
Resident Is Found
Drowned In Slough
Independence. Or, Mar. 5. Mrs. D.
B. Boydston, a well known resident or
this place, was found drowned in a
slough near her home Thursday and
the coroner, after an investigation. -pressed
the belief that she had com
mited suicide through despondency at
the death of her daughter. Mrs. Wil
liam Ridgeway, who succumbed to in
fluenza two weeks ago. Mrs. Boydston
disappeared from her borne last Tues
day, and constant search for her had
been mad since that time.
PAGE SEVEN
Dance Saturday night armory. 66
O. C. Dunnette, who pleaded not
guilty when brought before Judge
Unruh Thursday on a charge of lar
ceny by bailee, will have his hearing
in justice court Monday at 1:30 p. m.
acocrding to the court's docket Fri
day, Dunnette is said to have sold a
truck that was in his possession, and
which belonged to his employer.
England forbids huntinir harem nn
Sundays and Christmas days only.
Tradition reports the appearance of
Esquimaux in Greenland in 1349.
Auction
Saturday
WOODRY'S
Auction Mouse
270 X. Coiri'l. St, 1:80 p. m.
Furniture, Ranges, Heaters,
Canned Fruit, Kitchen Utensils,
Dishes, Tools, etc.
Harness Cream Separator
6 Ancona Hens.
"Go Where tlie Crowds Go Buy
Whore You Buy the Cheaiiest''
BE ON TIME 1:80 P. M.
F. N. WOODRY
The Auctioneer
Phone 510 or 611
" PRIVATE SALES DAILY
Club Associate
Members To Meet
A general got-together meeting of
all associate members of the ConiT,.
cial club, when the program for the
year's activities will be discussed, will
be held at the Commercial club cham
bers at 8 o'clock next Monday night.
Announcement to this effect was made
at the club Friday morning.
Plans for tne inauguration of the
salesmen's club that was much dis
cussed several months ago. probably
will he tiken up with the members.
Other matters of Importance to wie
associate members will be discussed
during the evening, and all such mem
mers are u'.-gvd to be on hand.
Alleged Forger
Waits To Plead
Arond Banks. 19. arrested Thurs
day by Olicer Morelock for forgery,
and who police sax confesed. .was
granted until Saturday to make his!
plea, when arraigned before Judge j
Unruh Friday afternoon.
His brother. Albert aBuks. age 17. !
arrested as being an accomplice in!
the forgery of a cheek for $20, which
was passed on the J. C. Penney com
pany, was bound over to the juvenile
court. John aPinter, 15, a high school
boy. was also turned over to the ju
venile authorities when arraigned be
fore Judge Unruh on a charge of aid
ing in the passing of the' sprious
check.
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lenjaminfc V rV
Hampton and Sf"v
Eltlnge F.Warner
present
ZANE CREY'S
mott powtjfutpietxrr
DESERT
GOLD
SHOWING TO CAPACITY
COME EARLY
YE LIBERTY
SPECIAL
MATINEE
MARY PICKFORD
"POLLYANNA"
SATURDAY 11 A. M.
CHILDREN UNDER TOURTEEN
YEARS ONLY
ADMISSION 10c
ugir HAND LAUNDRY
VA r CLEANING AND
1 nLL PRESSING
194 S. 12th. Thone 8
High land
Grocery
746 Highland Avenue
9 cans Spinach $1.00
9 cans Pumpkin $1.00
1 case Libby's milk ..$6.50
1 gal. Separator oil 85c
1 gal. Engine oil 60c
2 bars Laundry soap $1.00
100 lbs Early Rose spuds $5.00
20 lbs onions ......4.;. $1.00
100 lbs Carrots M.L. .$1.25
100 lbs hay $1.00
1 ton hay '. $18.00
1-2 lb Ridgeway's tea 40c
1 - " ' ' '
1 gal. machine oil 45c
25c
Linen Mixed
Toweling
15c
Yard
Limit 5 Yards to the
Customer
Silk Remnants
36 inches wide
69c
Each
Fine for Trimming
25c
Curtain
Goods
. Saturday Price
Special at the
Remnant Store
For Saturday Remember Prices are
good for the one day only
SATURDAY, MARCH 4th
XTRA!
XTRA!
XTRA!
17c
Yard
ilkoline
36 inches wide
Saturday Price
29c
Yard
Indian Head
"Remnants
2 yards to 6 yards
39c
Yard
Fancy Pladis
Fine for '
Children
Dresses
75c quality
Saturday Price
48c
Yard
60c
Knox Knit
Ladies Hose
Saturday Price
39c
Pair
Just arrived by express from Marshall
Fields of Chicago, 400 yards of novelty
voiles in the latest colors. 40 inches
wide, retailing at $1.50, $1.75 and $2.00
a yard today. Saturday price QKp
per yard UO
These are mill ends in perfect condition,
except some are torn on selvedge, which
does not harm the goods. Come, buy at
this sale. The Best goods buy of the
season.
Another big buy, a lot of Ladies'
Shirt Waist samples and last season
goods, while they last. Saturday price
ONE-HALF OFF
Remnants of Table Cloths
2 yards for $1.98
2 1-2 yards for $2.69
TlieRemnant Store
L D. Thomson, Prop.
The Home of the Real Bargains With
out so much Noise
Bob White
Laundry
Soap
5c
A Cake
Limit 3 bars
to the customers. This
soap is sold to custom
ers that buy-other
merchandise
50c Men's Woolen
Hose
Saturday Price
3 pairs for
$1.00
Remnants of
Dress Goods
5 yards 42-inch
French Serge
$7.95
Calico Special for
Saturday
yard
19c
73c
Feather Proof Fancy
Ticking
59c
Yard
$2.00 Ladies' Silk
Hose
Saturday price
$1.69
No more than 2 pairs
to a customer.
Bustor Erown Hosiery
for Children, pair
50c
RSaSBSESSSESSffiSXES Meet fie it Kerers KeSSe3S3KESSKt3C3
The Salem Hospital Is Your
Hospital Build It Now
JustReceived'.-NeYj Draperies
Cretonnes, Silholines, Scrim
It is high time to think of
Spring House Cleaning
and New Draperies and
Window Hangings. The
netv Draperies just re-
ceivea are or me pest
quality. "Good Goods";
and all moderate in
price. Come early while
stock is complete.
fF5f
mm
fir
Tomorrovj
Formal
Openingl
Millinery
Section
Eleanor Briggs has returned from Portland and Seattle,
bringing "Special" and late "Creations" for this event.
Whether a purchaser or nof, do not fail to visit the Millinery
Section Tomorrow. '
SPOOL COTTON
150 and 200 Yard spool
White or black
6 FOR 25c
You can always do better at
Who Always Do Better By You
sfe
V-.I)W KID TWINS MAY! "OVK
HlltDWAKE WKAKK."
The
OREGON
THEATRE
STARTING
SUNDAY
liood Uivir, Or., Alar, i. Mr. 11.
1. 10m il him v ccrvf'd word of thu
ilMi(h.of In r husltund, the Hov. H. H.
Kmtl, a MnituitiKt ininNt'-r in Mlberlu,
wlier he haH htcn for tile hist two
yvars with Amui'lran solilixi'i.
INVESTfilENTS
SAY, it you are going to
move to Woodburn soon, we
have one of the best buvit In
a good modern 7 ream noune
in the town; juKt 2 blocks from
JIain At. and, if sold soon $2,
200. Yle Just llnted a strictly
modern bungalow in suuth
Salem at $3800.
22 acres of the bent kind of
soil only t miles from Hulem,
with sood building, all cul
tivated, at I7&00.
J0 acres of the oel land In
Polk county, close in on paved
road. All In cultivation ; no
buildings. $20 p"r acre.
i room eouags tungalow,
modern with furnace, paved
street. 13000.
40 acres, about JO acres or
chard, mostly prufa, full benr
Ins;; good dryer, house with
water piped; about I miles
from alem. $10,000.
; S room bouse on paves fit.
Rood lot; bath, toilet. A great
buy. tMtt. .
0 room house clone in, toil
et, city water. Kor o,ui'k sale
H',0.
14 acr?. 1 mile out: 5 acre
orchard; good buildings, elec
tric HghtK, water system, on
paved road: wants t.-. traoe on
!&rr farm.
ri0 acres clo to Pot! land,
good builillni?; a.l unde." cul
tivation. I12.&00
Photographs of nearly nil
the above plac-s at our oflire.
LAFLAR & LAEAR
46C-1-4 Orwon hh. 57
1 t ' " $
Mary Pickford
IN
"Pollyanna"
Grand Opera f
House
Monday, March 8
The Great Laugh
Festival
"TWIN I
BEDS" I
With
Josephine Saxe
And the Great New York
Cast
LAUGHS EVERY
MINUTE? GROWING
INTO SCREAMS
Direct from Ileilig Theatre
Portland
PRICES 50c to $2.00
Seat Sale Next Saturday at
Opera Hou?e Pharmacy
-Mttte
BABY CHICKS
Now On Sale
1 558 STATE STREET THONE 400 i
C. N. NEEDHAM
See Our Classified Advertisement Under "Foultry"
1.
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